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Boston's Italian North End
A look at the history of the Italian-American community in Boston's North End.
# 125361 | 1,500 words | 19 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (U.S. After 1865) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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The paper describes the history of the Italian-American community located in Boston's North End. The paper discusses immigrant experience and acculturation. The paper contains chronology and pictures.

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"Boston's North End has a rich, varied and complex history. Although best known today for its Italian culture, Italians were preceded in this area by other immigrant groups such as the Jews and the Irish. The Italians who immigrated to the North End were by no means a monolithic group. Indeed, the first Italian immigrants to the North End were from Genoa but they were soon followed by the Campanians, the Sicilians, the Avellinese, the Neopolitans and the Abrussesians, with each of these group settling..."

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